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Center for Women & Wealth
The Center for Women and Wealth® (CW&W) is committed to engaging and supporting women as they create and manage wealth. We provide women with investment, planning and philanthropic resources derived from decades of experience through work with our private banking clients. The CW&W aims to cultivate a community, in person and online, where women can share experiences with each other and give advice to new generations of female leaders.
Women & Wealth Magazine is a quarterly BBH publication that focuses on female entrepreneurship, philanthropy, children and wealth, aging, and leadership. Selected articles from the magazine and much more can be found below.
The importance of early education in developing the next generation’s financial skills should not be underestimated. The resources provided below offer advice and guidance for parents seeking to facilitate family conversations about wealth.
Parents may think that after high school, there is not much more they can do to educate children about the value of money. In our latest “Guide to Talking to Children About Money,” we explore the ways that parents can prepare their college-age and emerging adult children to be financially responsible adults.